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The Mounted Butchers: Some Songs and Verses of Eureka.

This is Number 10 of Hugh Anderson's Red Rooster Press 'Studies in Australian Folklore'. The music was edited by Stephen Huron.

As Hugh Anderson notes at the beginning of this small publication :

'The material in the following pages is a small part of a larger collection of personal reports and memoirs of participants in the rising of Eureka in 1854 and is limited to contemporary songs and verses. The unpublished collection was assembled to balance the compiler's publication of Victorian Parliamentary Papers in 1999.' Hugh Anderson December 2004.

Essential for those who collect material on the Eureka Stockade

Available from Red Rooster Press PO Box 2129 Hotham Hill 3051

compiled by Hugh Anderson
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Author:Anderson, Hugh
Publication:M A R G I N: life & letters in early Australia
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Date:Jul 1, 2006
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